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In Evernote, I want to be able to link notes to one another.

For example, I want to be able to write, "As already mentioned in this note, the nature of human brain..." with "this note" containing a link to another note in my own evernote account.

Is it possible? If yes, how?

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Yes, this is possible. This is one of the ways to achieve it (for Windows version):

  1. In the note list, right-click the note you want to link to and select "Copy Note Link".
  2. In your note select the text that you want to act as a link ("this note" in your example).
  3. Right-click on the selected text and choose Hyperlink->Add (or press Ctrl-K).
  4. In the Add Link dialog, paste the link you've copied in step 1.
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